Wolseley Partridge Emerton (b. 1843) was a barrister (Inner Temple, 1882) and economist. He matriculated from Magdalen Hall, Oxford, in 1863.
Journal of W.P. Emerton, compiled mainly in Oxford, 1863-1915 (many gaps). The 1863 volume, the first that Emerton compiled, is badly damp-stained, but remains fairly legible. The 1898 volume contains pencil notes by one of Emerton's daughters on members of the family and others mentioned in the journal.
The journal was bought from Titles, Oxford, 1992.Access Conditions
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The Library also holds an interleaved and annotated copy of one of Emerton's works, De Conjecturis Ultimarum Voluntatum (Oxford, 1894; shelfmark Rec. e. 180), which was bought with his journal.
Law | Great Britain
Diaries | 1863-1915
Emerton | Wolseley Partridge | b 1843 | Barrister and Economist
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